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“The Conservative Woman”

October 26, 2017 // 4 Comments

As a bit of a political junkie I read a lot of blogs, not discriminating by their take: left, right or barking. One of the better ones is The Conservative Woman, not too partisan and with a lot of common-sense. Sometimes, if things get bad enough, even the most dedicated supporter can have [...]

News review – Monday 18 September 2017

September 18, 2017 // 5 Comments

‘Divorce payment’ Mail The Prime Minister is gearing up to offer the EU a ‘divorce payment’ worth up to £30billion in a bid to break the deadlock on a post-Brexit trade deal. Senior Tories believe Theresa May will use a speech in Florence on Friday to confirm that the UK is willing to [...]

Sunday papers – 17 September 2017

September 17, 2017 // 0 Comments

Security A new security treaty between the EU and the post-Brexit UK has been suggested by the Brexit secretary David Davis. The Independent reports: Brexit Secretary David Davis has proposed a new treaty between Britain and the European Union to ensure security links are unhindered by Brexit [...]

News review – 28 August 2017

August 28, 2017 // 0 Comments

Labour U-turn Mail Jeremy Corbyn was last night accused of plotting to keep Britain in the EU ‘in all but name’ after Labour performed a staggering U-turn over Brexit. Sir Keir Starmer yesterday claimed the party was now committed to staying in both the single market and the customs union [...]

Saturday papers – 19 August 2017

August 19, 2017 // 4 Comments

Brexit We could just quit the EU without any problems, says the Express. LEAVING the European Union without a trade deal would not be a “disaster” for Britain, experts have insisted. Professor Kevin Dowd said a deal was “desirable but not essential” and the UK could cut prices for shoppers [...]

UKIP Leadership: Hustings are a Must!

August 12, 2017 // 56 Comments

Eleven candidates. Eleven!! I must admit, when the confirmed applicants for the UKIP leadership post finally appeared in an email yesterday evening, I briefly thought Steve Crowther and Piers Wauchope had accidentally inserted the names of a UKIP charity football team by mistake! In truth, it was a [...]

Immigration and Brexit – Part 1

July 31, 2017 // 9 Comments

Immigration is a subject that was so contentious through Brexit that the Tories refused to discuss it. In hindsight the Remainers blame immigration (and Turkey) as the chief ‘lie’ that lost them the Brexit vote in the face of a broadly ‘racist’ electorate. Today we stand at a crossroads [...]

News review – Friday 21 July 2017

July 21, 2017 // 3 Comments

Brexit negotiations Times Brussels negotiators want Britain to drop plans to carry out criminal record checks on more than three million EU citizens who can apply to settle here permanently after Brexit. Under British proposals, everyone from an EU country who wanted to stay would be checked to [...]

Sunday papers – 16 July 2017

July 16, 2017 // 6 Comments

Conservative Party In an exclusive, the Telegraph claims the Prime Minister’s leadership is under threat. Thirty Tory MPs have said they would back David Davis if he ran for the leadership, allies of the Brexit Secretary have claimed to The Telegraph. Leading supporters of Mr Davis said he [...]

Looking back – looking forward: an analysis. Part 1

July 1, 2017 // 1 Comment

Looking back over the years since I first voted in 1979  for Hugh Frazer in the GE (Conservative – Stafford), I cannot remember a time when the UK has seemed to be so close to  the edge of becoming  unstable. In a matter of weeks Theresa May has transformed from a confident “strong [...]
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